The iPhone 4S isn’t quite as shiny and new as it was a mere month ago, and in the wake of its now-normalcy come new iPhone 5 rumors. Up until now we’ve been able to gather that the next-gen iPhone will sport a new design, larger display, and that it might be a 4G capable.
With Apple’s iPhone recently coming to market in 21 more countries and the likely launch of a new smartphone model from the Cupertino company in 2012, it may come as little surprise that Apple supplier Foxconn is planning to expand its Zhengzhou production facility in China, a move that will make it the biggest smartphone manufacturing plant in the world.
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Apple’s iPhone sales are down in France, Germany, Spain, and Italy, a new study has found.
iPhone users stuck on version 3.1.3 say they can no longer download new apps. (Credit: Apple) iPhone owners still running OS 3.1.3 are apparently bumping into trouble trying to download new apps from Apple’s App Store
The new opt-in feature on the social network, called Facebook Timeline, reached iPhone and iPod touch users today. An iPad app update is expected soon.
The iPhone 4 can now run Siri–legally. (Credit: Apple) If you own an iPhone 4 and can’t stand that Apple won’t let you run Siri on your smartphone, a new update has paved the way for you to get your wish. The iPhone maker yesterday launched a new version of its iOS 5.0.1 update that, according to well-known iPhone hacker MuscleNerd , leaves the platform’s ramdisks unencrypted.
HELSINKI (Reuters) – Apple’s long-awaited iPhone 4S and Samsung Electronics’ fresh, broad offering are likely to stand out in this holiday season’s smartphone sales which will otherwise be clouded by global economic uncertainty. Apple, which lost its position as the world’s largest smartphone maker to Samsung last quarter, could regain top spot as consumers rush to buy the latest iPhone after …
There is a distinct possibility that Apple could now surprise analysts with record iPhone sales when it announces December quarter results early next year.
This iPhone 4S is an unlock version so basically you already know if you got one from the US, the handset will work with any carrier here in the Philippines.
Apple’s iPhone 3GS shipments are expected to hit 2 million this quarter, and 1.4 million to 1.6 million next quarter. Originally posted at The Digital Home
The iPhone 4S was the top selling smartphone at Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint last month, but Samsung carved out a healthy chunk of the market as well, says Canaccord Genuity.
(Credit: Apple) The iPhone 4S is kicking in plenty of subscribers for all three of its U.S. carriers, but Verizon is proving to be the biggest beneficiary of Apple’s latest refresh, according to a new report from J.P. Morgan
Syrian authorities have targeted the iPhone in their latest efforts to block protestor’s ability to communicate. The Apple smartphone has officially been singled out for a countrywide ban.
Emerging markets such as the Asia Pacific region have seen little iPhone penetration with only 22% of the carriers in the region having access to the iPhone. Apple has already been decreasing prices for the older versions of the iPhone as it rolls out new versions
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